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Alexander Alekhine was one of the most exciting chess players in history with a relentless drive for winning. In 1927 he became the world chess champion by beating the "invincible" Jose Capablanca. This book contains lesser, but not unimportant games, many of them from simultaneous displays where he made short work of his opponent. 59 annotated games.
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